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Poggio le Coste Barbaresco 2001

External Review by Premium Wine & Spirits:

We found this wine while at Vin Italy; it is one of the most impressive examples of Barberesco wersquo;ve tasted. Pepper and spice on the nose, with hints of anise and herbs, lead to a rich, smooth, well-balanced wine with loads of fruit. A must-try from a new and upcoming producer. Very limited!

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Winery: Poggio Le Coste
Color: Red
Varietal: Nebbiolo
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External Reviews for Poggio le Coste Barbaresco

External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
01/03/2012

We found this wine while at Vin Italy; it is one of the most impressive examples of Barberesco wersquo;ve tasted. Pepper and spice on the nose, with hints of anise and herbs, lead to a rich, smooth, well-balanced wine with loads of fruit. A must-try from a new and upcoming producer. Very limited!


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
01/03/2012

2001 was a phenomenal year for traditional Barolos and Barbarescos. While 2000 may have received more press, many Piedmont aficionados prefer 2001rsquo;s more aromatic, perfumed expressions of Nebbiolo. Tasted in 2010, the Poggio Le Coste 2001 Barbaresco is aging beautifully. Earthy aromas of smoke, strawberry, plum and menthol are lifted by a honeysuckle nuance. This still has all the structure of a young Nebbiolo, the muscular tannins beautifully framing the delicate flavors. A perfect wine for your next hearty, rustic meal.


External Review
Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
05/18/2011

The nose is soft and carries rich aromas of ripe black cherries. The palate is lush and full of fresh blackberries, currants and hints of cranberries. Light spice notes and bright cherry fruit are carried by soft, pulpy tannins. Easy to enjoy, and will prove to be a great accompaniment to hearty red sauce.


External Review
Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
01/09/2013

2001 was a phenomenal year for traditional Barolos and Barbarescos. While 2000 may have received more press, many Piedmont aficionados prefer 2001andrsquo;s more aromatic, perfumed expressions of Nebbiolo. Tasted in 2010, the Poggio Le Coste 2001 Barbaresco is aging beautifully. Earthy aromas of smoke, strawberry, plum and menthol are lifted by a honeysuckle nuance. This still has all the structure of a young Nebbiolo, the muscular tannins beautifully framing the delicate flavors. A perfect wine for your next hearty, rustic meal.


External Review
Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
01/09/2013

We found this wine while at Vin Italy; it is one of the most impressive examples of Barberesco weandrsquo;ve tasted. Pepper and spice on the nose, with hints of anise and herbs, lead to a rich, smooth, well-balanced wine with loads of fruit. A must-try from a new and upcoming producer. Very limited!


External Review
Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
04/10/2014

Full, intense nose with scents of violets, black cherry and leather. The mouthfeel is soft, with ripe tannins so silky-smooth that they feel creamy. Enjoy with aged cheeses, roasts or stewed meats.



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